William Wackermann, the Executive Vice President, Publishing Director of Condé Nast’s Bon Appétit, Details, Glamour, and W, has announced two in-house changes. Paul Jowdy has been tapped as Vice President and Publisher of Details and Pamela Drucker Mann has been named Vice President and Publisher for Bon Appétit.
Jowdy has been with Condé Nast for 14 years, most recently overseeing Bon Appétit, where he helped expand the magazine into more of a lifestyle title. Wackermann said Jowdy would bolster an already strong magazine:
Details is on solid ground, enjoying both circulation and ad revenue growth, and as we build the brand for 2011, I’m pleased to have a seasoned publisher like Paul to lead the team.
Drucker Mann’s most recent position was Associate Publisher, Advertising for Glamour. Wackermann commented that Bon Appétit will benefit from her drive:
She brings a fresh and results-oriented approach to business and has a proven track record of success. Pam is well respected in the marketplace and has the dynamic combination of leadership and drive to take Bon Appétit to the next level.
Wackermann didn’t comment on who would get the bigger office.
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